Charles Henry Ebert
(1873 - 1959)
Charles Henry Ebert was active/lived in Connecticut, Wisconsin. Charles Ebert is known for landscape, marine and portrait painting, cartoons.
Best known for his paintings of Monhegan Island and Old Lyme Connecticut, Charles Ebert was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Ebert family moved shortly thereafter to Rockford, Illinois. They then moved to Kansas City, Missouri where Charles had an early friendship with artist, Ernest Lawson.
Ebert enrolled in the Art Academy of Cincinnati (1892-93), a year in New York at the Art Students League followed, and then to Paris. From 1894 to 1896 he studied at the Julien Academy in Paris (1894-96), under Benjamin Constant and Jean Paul Laurens.
When Ebert returned to the United States in 1896 he opened a studio in New York City and attempted to earn a living as a freelance illustrator. He was almost out of ... Displaying 750 of 2451 characters.